Patients with chronic kidney disease are particularly vulnerable to contracting and dying from COVID-19, a Western-led study found.
Western researchers are joining forces with Royal Ontario Museum bat biologists to create a ‘vaccine bank’ that could be used in the next pandemic.
By using re-engineered cancer cells to deliver treatment to tumour sites, a team at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry is rethinking cell therapy
The coronavirus will keep mutating unless we can mitigate its spread.
There’s a wide variance of provincial recommendations on how deeply the swab should be inserted.
Western materials engineer Hamid Abdolvand and his team discovered important factors into the deformation of metals used in automobiles and nuclear reactors, and developed new models to predict the lifetimes of these materials.
An under-used knee operation could supplant more major surgery for people in early stages of osteoarthritis.
Ting-Yim Lee’s imaging software is an example of cutting-edge technology applied to improving health care.
Mental health stigma exists at individual and structural levels – and that affects health care.
The gorse spider mite has provided a Western research team with the genomic framework for new bio-nanomaterials based on its silk.
Neurofeedback can reduce symptoms and lead to remission in PTSD patients.
The award acknowledges the work and promise of a young researcher and newly recruited faculty member.
The uncertainty about when it’s best to resume schoolkids’ in-person learning could be clarified by conducting randomized trials.
Reviews and trailers that reveal a movie’s plot can draw a bigger audience and more box-office dollars, a Western study shows.
New study will look at the reduction in access and how it is affecting those involved with Ontario’s family justice system.
Study shows some patients visit emergency rooms less often when their doctors receive after-hours work incentives.
A team of Western researchers has developed a simple test – faster and more accurate than any approved thus far in Canada – to determine who has developed COVID-19 antibodies.
Professor Joy MacDermid and fellow Bone and Joint Institute collaborators recognized by Arthritis Society
Research shows teen girls with sleep problems are especially prone to anxiety and depression.
The team conducted 409 investigations, thanks in part to reports from everyday Canadians.